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The 9 biggest questions about Google’s Stadia game streaming service

TechCrunch Tuesday, 19 March 2019
Google's Stadia is an impressive piece of engineering to be sure: Delivering high definition, high framerate, low latency video to devices like tablets and phones is an accomplishment in itself. But the game streaming services faces serious challenges if it wants to compete with the likes of Xbox and PlayStation, or even plain old PCs and smartphones. Here are our 9 biggest questions about the new platform.
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Microsoft and Google are going toe-to-toe on game streaming. At GDC, Google announced Stadia, a game streaming platform coming in 2019. Microsoft has been teasing its own game streaming project, called XCloud, which is also expected to arrive later this year. While there are many unanswered...

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